8mm, Super-8 and 16mm Films and Projectors
16MM COLOR SOUND FEATURES
Updated September 15, 2017
original IB Technicolor dye transfer prints, LPP, Fuji or Agfa Low Fade, as noted. All
will be no-fade prints unless noted otherwise as Eastman color. If the film is called
"flat", that indicates it was originally made in Cinemascope or Panavision and
is a scanned standard ratio print and requires no special lenses.
FILM CONDITION RATING SCALE
- THE BRIGAND - Columbia, 1952.
Starring Anthony Dexter, Jody Lawrance, Anthony Quinn. Carlos Delargo, son of a royal
princess of Mandorra who has been banished, is returned to the kingdom to face a murder
charge, but is freed by King Lorenzo, to whom Dalargo bears a remarkable resemblance. When
the king is wounded by assassins working for Napoleon, Delargo takes over the throne, at
the request of Prime Minister Triano, in a plan to thwart the traitors. Anthony Dexter
plays a dual role - a badly wounded king (assassination attempt) and a desert adventurer
who is persuaded to double for him. Excellent+ to Like New radiant
Technicolor print on a 2000' and a 1600'
reel - $499
- BENGAL BRIGADE - Universal, 1954. Starring Rock
Hudson, Arlene Dahl, Torin Thatcher, Ursula Thiess. Rock Hudson is cashiered from the
Regiment for disobeying a direct order, in order to save his men from slaughter. He is
still loyal to the Raj and ultimately his loyalty to his men is returned to him in the
last exciting action scene when India is in the throws of the Mutiny. Like New IB Technicolor
print on 2x1600' reels - $399
- MASTER OF BALLANTRAE - Warner Brothers, 1953.
Starring Errol Flynn, Anthony Stelle, Beatrice Campbell. Buckle on your seat for this
swashbuckling adventure with a highlander who fought for Bonnie Prince Charlie who, after
various escapades, becomes a pirate. Two noble Scottish brothers deliberately take
opposite sides when Bonnie Prince Charlie returns to claim the throne of Scotland in order
to preserve the family fortune. The last of Errol Flynn's 'A' action period pictures.
Beautiful, very rare, British IB Technicolor print in Like New condition.
Very minor normal wear does not show when projected, no splices except IB
section joins and no cue marks. On 2x2000'
reels - $699
- TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN CONDOR - Fox, 1953. Stars Cornel Wilde, Constance Smith, Anne Bancroft, Fay
Wray, Leo G. Carroll, Finlay Currie. Jean-Paul rebels against his bondage to his uncle,
the Marquis de St. Malo, and journeys to the far-off Mayan hills of Guatemala seeking a
hidden treasure. This film was the Indiana Jones of the fifties, thrilling from beginning
to the end. Like New IB Technicolor print on 2000' and 1600' reels - $399
- THE LOST WORLD OF SINBAD - Japan, 1963. Released by American International in 1965. Starring
Toshiro Mifune, international star of RASHOMON and other Japanese film classics. His name
in the original film was Sukezaemon, and AIP simply changed the name to the more
recognizable Sinbad for the US release. Sukezaemon, a pirate, is shipwrecked in a strange
corner of the world. With his companion, a wizard named Sennin, Sukezaemon becomes
entangled in a plot by the evil premier to succeed the dying King Raksha. Beautiful Near
Mint LPP Color (flat print of
Cinemascope) print on 2000' and 1600' reels - $299
- SINBAD AND THE EYE OF THE TIGER - Columbia,
1977. Starring Patrick Wayne and Taryn Power. Sinbad The Sailor sails to deliver a cursed
prince to a dangerous island in the face of deadly opposition from a powerful witch.
Fantastic Ray Harryhausen animation and special effects. We start with a trio of ghouls,
then a giant wasp, a giant walrus, a Troglodite and the Sabre-toothed tiger. The other two
stop-motion creatures, Minoton and the baboon appear throughout the movie. All of them
look impressive, thanks to Ray Harryhausen. Beautiful Excellent+ to Like New LPP Color Mylar original print on 2000' and 1600' reels - $699
STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME - Warner Brothers, 1952. Broderick Crawford and Claire Trevor shine in this
semi-musical comedy remake of "A Slight Case Of Murder". This tale of a beer
baron whose wife and daughter are trying to crash high society, and who seem well on their
way but for a little problem of a bunch of corpses in their Lake George mansion, is a nice
mix of Arsenic and Old Lace style gallows whimsy and Capone era gangster melodrama.
Beautiful IB Technicolor print. Excellent to
Like New condition on 2x1600' reels - $299
- THE IRON GLOVE - Columbia, 1954.
Swashbuckling action starring Robert Stack, Alan Hale Jr., and Ursula Thiess. Directed by
William Castle. Irishman Charles Wogan wields his sword in the cause of
James Stuart who seeks to replace George I on the throne of England.
IB Technicolor print in Excellent+ to Like New condition on 2x1600' reels - $249
- THE WAR BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN
- 1972 comedy/drama starring Jack Lemmon, Barbara Harris and Jason
Robards. Two quirky Manhattanites crash into each other at an
ophthalmologist's office. Peter is a grouchy cartoonist/author whose
vision is failing and divorced mother Theresa is also reluctant to plunge
into a relationship right now. Loosely based on James Thurber's drawings
"The War Between Men & Women," and Thurber's life, the film features
animated sequences. As Lemmon's character is based on real life
cartoonist James Thurber, we see drawings and animation by Playhouse
Pictures that is directly inspired by his work including a perfect
rendering of his picture tale called "The Last Flower". "The War Between
Men and Women" is both hilarious and very dramatically touching. This
movie is highly recommended. Like New
original print on 1600' and 2300' reels - $399
- BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - United
Artists, 1962. Starring Mark Damon and Joyce Taylor. Sometime in the Middle Ages. Every
night the young duke Eduardo, heir to the throne, changes into a horrible looking
werewolf. An alchemist, killed by Eduardos father, is responsible for this curse. Only a
woman who loves Eduardo can overcome it. Beautiful IB Technicolor print in Excellent condition on 2x1600' reels - $299
- HIS MAJESTY O'KEEFE - Warner
Brothers, 1954. Starring Burt Lancaster and Joan Rice. In 1870, Yankee sea
captain O'Keefe finds himself stranded after a mutiny on the Micronesian
island of Yap, where the financial potential of copra (dried cocoanut)
excites him. On a later voyage, between affairs with island maidens,
O'Keefe struggles to find the key to the wealth of Yap. But before he can
carve out the empire of his dreams, he must also contend with assorted
villains. Excellent IB
print on 2000' and 1600' reels - $399
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